We are excited to share that one of our learners studying in Grade VI Otu- Shloka Bakliwal’s article has been published in the November edition of My Paper magazine...read more »borivali
We are immensely proud to share that Viva Thakkar (Grade VI Uno) has secured the following accolades in the following categories at the Roller Sports District Championship organized by the Roller Skating Federation Of India (RSFI)- Bronze in 3000 MTRS Road Race Bronze in 400 MTRS (1LAP) Road Race Bronze in 1000 MTR Rink Race […]..read more »borivali
We are extremely thrilled to share that Avani Jain of Grade III Otu participated in the largest roller skating lesson which took place for 48 hrs (non-stop) with 545 skaters at Shivganga Roller Skating Club (India) in Karnataka, India, from November 11th – 13th November 2018 and registered their achievement in the Guinness Book of […]..read more »borivali
We are super thrilled to share that Ananya Kamath of Grade VI Otu has secured the second place at the Children’s Choice Book Awards, conducted by ‘Peek A book – A Festival of Children’s Literature’ across schools in India which focused on the books children read. Ananya is an avid reader who is extremely passionate […]..read more »borivali
The learners of Grade I explored various Math concepts. Math is fun only when all learners are engaged in learning the subject and what a sight it was to see them make connections and learn the play-way method. They were totally engrossed in the world of measurement where they tried to guess which object was […]..read more »borivali
‘Constitution is not a mere lawyer’s document, it is the vehicle of life, and its spirit is always the spirit of Age.’ 26th November has been declared, by the government, as the National Constitution Day. It was on this day in 1949 that the Indian Constitution was adopted exactly two months before it came into […]..read more »borivali
‘Children see magic because they look for it’. As the cliché goes, children are the hope of our nation. Thus, it was fitting to save a day just to celebrate our children on the very day when they returned to school after their joyful ‘Diwali Break’. They were greeted by their teachers with smiles and […]..read more »borivali
The Government of Maharashtra – MMVD, CSR Diary and CASI Global jointly organized the MahaWalkathon 2018 was held across the state of Maharashtra at 100+ locations simultaneously at the same time, supporting road safety, no honking, and responsible driving, and created a record! We at JBCN International School, Borivali are proud to have been one […]..read more »borivali
We are extremely proud of our learners from Grades VIII to A Levels who were among the 5700 students to enter the Guinness World Records to get ‘The Most LED Lights Lit Simultaneously’- a feat organized and achieved by the IIT- Bombay under its flagship Solar Urja Lamp (SoUL) project. The massive workshop trained every […]..read more »
JBCN International School, Parel is ranked 7th in India and 4th in Maharashtra & Mumbai in the International Schools category by EducationToday.co
We are thrilled to announce that JBCN International School Borivali has been listed as one of the 'Future 50 Schools Shaping Success'.Read More
JBCN International School, Parel is awarded the Best International School in South Mumbai on Tuesday, 9th May 2017 by Mid-day Excellence in Education Award.Read More
JBCN International School Borivali is extremely proud to announce that we have bagged the Global Sustainable school award 2017Read More
EducationWorld India Preschool Rankings 2016 Children's Nook is ranked No. 9th in the category of proprietary preschools in Mumbai.
Mrs Pinky Dalal, received a Pride of India Award - Women for 2016 from WCRC for her contribution to the Education Sector.
The Education World Award collected by our CFO Mr. Sharan Kuruwa is the – Grand Jury Awards 2016 – New Technologies Usage, 3rd Place.
Selected as one of the top 21 schools in the 21st century in Education World Books.
We all are aware of the famous proverb- “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” Some writers have added a second part to the proverb, as in Harry and Lucy Concluded (1825) by the Irish novelist Maria Edge worth which says: “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, All play and no work makes Jack a ...Read More
School life has opened up a plethora of activities and umpteen challenges for the modern-day learners. Gone are the days when imparting of lessons would be conventional and compressed into the rigorous straightjacket modules. It has been observed and researched that learners, nowadays, are burdened with trem...Read More
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